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SUGAR SCHEDULE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
SUGAR SCHEDULE. More Opposition to the Proposed Cat. -lews of a Noted Massachusetts Expert on the Subject. It Will Increase Undervaluation Frauds and Encourage Monopolies at Home and Abroad. Special by tbe California Associated Frees. Washington, April 4.— Opposition to the proposed cut in the sugar schedule comes in from various sources. To-day 11. A. Brown of Massachusetts, a noted sugartariff expert, addressed a strong letter to McKinley and the members of the Ways and Means Committee, and to Senator Allison of the Senate Finance Committee, and to Congress at large. In which he criticized the "vagaries of the ad valorem sugar-tariff schedule" proposed by the Bepublican majoiity of the committee. Brown claims that the classifications in the present sugar tariff are reasonably correct, and that raising the color line ftom 1- to IG is playing Into the bauds of foreign producers of sugar and American refiners, as well as to the Sugar Trust people. He also claims that under the propos...
THE GUSHING.- SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
THE GUSHING.- SUCCESS. Another Installment to Be Paid on the New Torpedo-Boat. Washington, April The inventor Herreschoff, the blind boat-builder, was at the Navy Department to-day, making final arrangements for the last payments of money due him for the construction of the torpedo-boat dishing. The report of the Trial Board was quite satisfactory, and her acceptance Is a matter of course. The contract price was $'32, 000, and the amount ' to ; be paid Mr. Herreschoff is about £32,000, leaving quite a sum in the hands of the Government in the form of retained percentages, which will be paid in a few months. The performance of the dishing on her trial trip was completely successful, with the exception of the working of Herreschoff _ improvised distilling apparatus, which was found to work rather badly. It may be changed for another type.
CHINESE ENUMERATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
CHINESE ENUMERATION BILL. The Amendment Likely to Bi Mcdifi.d at Morrow's Suggestion. Washington, April 4.— Mr. Morrow has Interviewed the members of the Senate Census Committee with reference to the Chinese Enumeration Bill. He Informed Hale that to permit Chinese found here without his proposed certificate approving their right to remain, by reason of a prior residence, would reopen all the old difficulties and result in a new flood of Chinese frauds and perjuries. The country would practically be no better off than under the present loose system. Hale admitted that it was extremely probable the amendment would be modified as suggested by Morrow. If this is not done there will be a conference on the bill, with the chances very strongly in favor of the friends of the measure securing its passage in almost its original shape, particularly as McKenna will be a member of the Conference Committee.
POSTAGE ON PERIODICALS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
POSTAGE ON PERIODICALS. Favorable Report on the Bill Fixing the B-te the Same as en Third-Class Matter. Washington, April 4.—The House Committee on Postoffices and Postrcads to-day authorized a favorable report on the bill introduced by Representative Bingham, to fix the rate of postage on periodical publications containing the print or reprint of books. It provides that all publications purporting to be issued periodically and to subscribers, but which are merely books or retorts, bound or unbound, or sold by subscription or otherwise, when offered for transmission by mail, shall be subject to postage at the rate prescribed by law for third-class matter.
Bills Signed. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
Bills Signed. ■Washington, April 4.— The President has signed the Urgent Deficiency Appropriation Bill, and an art to extend to Tampa, Florida, the privilege of the immediate transportation law, also the joint resolution for the relief of the sufferers iv the Mississippi Valley. , -
CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
CONGRESS. THE SENATE. A Number of Promotions in the Army Confirmed. Washington, April 4.— The Senate in executive session has confirmed the following nominations: Army— Second Cavalry: First Lieutenant J. McKernnrd to be Captain; Socond Lieutenant F. G. Irwin Jr., to First Lieutenant. Fourth Cavalry— Major Anderson Mills to be Lieutenant-Colonel. Tenth Cavalry— Captain S. T. Norualla to be Major; First Lieutenant L. P. Hunt to be Captain ; .Second Lieutenant W. 11. Smith to be First Lieutenant.
THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
THE HOUSE. Thirty Private Pension Bil's Passed After an All-Day's Fieht. Washington, April 4.— The House convened at 12 o'clock and at once took up five private pension bills that came ', over without action from the last pension night. Speaking on one ot these bills, Stone of Missouri declared that no pet pie had been despoiled and burdened under the name of patriotism and under the guise of ."pension laws" as had the people of the United States. "^sBBSSBBMtafIBHPBRBHBH He denounced the demands of . the Grand Army of the Republic, and . asserted that the Presidency was put up and sold to the highest bidder. - - "Thank God," : he continued, "there is one Grand Army man who declined to be a party to such a Sale, and i though he has fallen, he has fallen while bearing a reputation of wise and incorruptible statesman-" ship aud enjoying the respect of every huu- est citizen. [Applause on the Democratic side.} "Benjamin Harrison," he said, "attained his office by cash raised by Wanamake...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
SPORTING NOTES. La Blanche Will Sign To-Day to Fight Mitchell. . A Meeting of Amateur Athletes— Lively Match Between M.rtes and Davis. Tug of War. The Pacific Coast Amateur Athletic Association met in the parlor of the Olympic Club last evening. There were present representatives from the Olympic, University, Alpine, Pacific, Golden City and Acme athletic clubs. The committee which was appointed to inquire into the standing of J. J. McKenna of the Aliine Club, who recently applied for reinstatement, was granted further time to pursue its investigation. Resolutions thanking J. J. Jamison of the Golden Gate Club for valuable services rendered while Secretary of the association were drawn, and will be presented In the future. The Lurllne Boating Club was represented by two of its members, who, in behalf of their club, applied for membership. The mutter was laid over for oue week. The President of the Alpine Club, M. C. Giry, having resigned, A .P. Mood y represented the club at the mee...
MORE HARD LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
MORE HARD LUCK. The Senators Lose a Game They Had Well in Hand. Wretched Fielding on the Part of Some of the Flayers in the Home Team— Colonels Shut Out at Stockton. The hard luck that accompanied the Senators of '90 since they first played ball has still a heavy mortgage on the team. The game with the home club should hare gone the way of Sacramento yesterday and the visitors had H well in hand from the fifth to the eighth inning, when one of those little mishaps that occur sometimes in the best regulated teams took place, and presto, the order of things was reversed. It was only the muff of a pop fly that changed tbe tide of affairs, but that one blunder on the part of Captain Stapleton gave the Friscos another chance for victory, and they took advantage of the opportunity afforded them by sending enough men across the plate to change' the score. The Senators fielded all around the home team, both in the diamond and in the outfield. Their work is quick and clear cut, and with a pi...
DOUBLY UNFORTUNATE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
DOUBLY UNFORTUNATE. St. Dennis Believes Himself the Dupe of a False Friend. J. B. St. Dennis is growing more anxious about his wife as the days pass without news from her. He is in the County Jail pending a second trial or stay of proceedings on a charge of discharging his pistol within the city limits. His wife returned to her borne at 122 Perry stieet after an absence of nearly a month, much to the surprise of her neighbors, who had believed her dead after her mysterious disappearance early in March. She has not called to see him since her return. When he heard through The Call of last Monday that his wife was well and at home again, he was very happy, but yesterday his anxiety made him nervous and fretful. In conversation with The Call reporter, he said that Oscar la Belle, who had known him and his wife in Canada years ago, and had been living at the prisoner's house on Berry street, told him recently that he wanted $30 to buy food aniT other things tor the children, who had bee...
A SERIOUS FALL. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
A SERIOUS FALL. William O'Brien, In Attempting to Get Hia lint. Has a Had Fall. William O'Brien, a laborer employed by McAfee, Baldwin &amp; Co. in clearing a strip of land on Seventh avenue, near D street, was thrown from a construction train of the park extension of the Powell-street cable wad at 6 o'clock last evening and sustained injuries which will probably result in his death. O'Brien was a robust individual and with several other workmen boarded the train to come to town. The motor had moved but a short distance when O'Brien's hat was caught by a sharp gust of wind and carried into the air. In attempting to catclt ' the hat O'Brien fell from the train and sustained a severe fracture of the skull, together with a sprain of I the right shoulder. The injured man was conveyed to the Receiving Hospital, where he was treated. The surgeons in charge trepanned tbe skull, removing five pieces of bone that were pressing on the brain, and afterward 1 asserted that there was a c...
Mason-Street Synagogue. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
Mason-Street Synagogue. Pesach will be celebrated at the Masonstreet Synagogue with the usual impressive ceremonies. At the request of the cantor. Rev. Mr. Meierson, two services will be performed by a select choir. These services are dedicated to the President, Leon Blum and E. Raas, and are considered equal, if not superior to any musical composition* used in the synagogues of this country. The services will be under the direction of Professor Scott, organist of the synagogue. - ■» 1
Murphy Gives Ball. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
Murphy Gives Ball. Richard Murphy, who was arrested lut Wednesday evening on board the steamer Umatilla, where he was employed as a fireman, he having resisted the Customs officers while in the discharge of their duties, was taken before Commissioner Sawyer and admitted to bail in the sum of $250 coin deposit. * ."
EASTER SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
EASTER SERVICES. How the Christian Festival Will Be Celebrated. Beautiful Musical Programmes Prepared for the Impressive Ceremonies in the City : Churches— The' Choirs. The churches of this city have made arrangements for elaborate services in honor of Faster Sunday, and special care has been taken to have beautiful musical.accompaniments so that the ceremonies may be in keeping with the great and joyful Christian festival. J". *I " = All churches unite in their glorias on this occasion of spiritual joy in commemoration of the resurrection of Him who came among men to save thorn, and arose in glorious immortality from the tomb near Jerusalem almost nineteen centuries ago. ° .. At St. ' Joseph's Church, Tenth street, on ■ Easter Sunday solemn high mass will be -"celebrated at 10:30 o'clock in the morning. ..Maestro Alary's celebrated mass will be "rendered. Also "Gloria in Excelsis," solos with chorus; "Laudainus," soprauo solo, by Miss Fanny Denney; "D.imine Deus," trio by Miss l.ot...
PASSOVER WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
PASSOVER WEEK. The Jewish Festival Commences This Day. . The festival of the Jewish Passover commences to-day and inaugurates what will be an eight-day season of festivity in every Jewish family. The celebration Is an ancient one. and its power is on the increase among the Hebrews. Its antiquity dates back to the historic exodus from Egypt, and the tender associations wliich cluster around it have endeared it to the children of Israel in a peculiar manner. The Passover celebration is intended to commemorate the deliverance of the Hebrews from the bondage of the Egyptians, and their preservation in the desert by means of the miraculous manna, lt is a peculiarity of the Jewish religion that every little feature of the events which their celebrations are meant to commemorate, has something to accord with it in the festival. This is specially true of the Passover feast, the manna and the searching for it, for instance, forming an important part of the ceremony. With this general sentime...